Chilliwack


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Chil·li·wack

 (chĭl′ə-wăk′)
A city of southwest British Columbia, Canada, on the Fraser River east of Vancouver.
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The National Energy Board (NEB) will hold a route realignment hearing in Chilliwack, BC in early 2018, to review a proposal by Trans Mountain Pipeline ULC to relocate nearly two kilometres of the previously approved general pipeline corridor within the city.
Lois retired to Ontario but spent her working life in Chilliwack as a teacher.
The company, which extracts about four million tons of aggregate annually from its Sechelt and Chilliwack mines alone, had planned to drill in early September to determine the viability of a 1.
Some other changes are made in regard to boundaries in the Chilliwack, Hope, and Fraser Canyon areas.
Operating out of Chilliwack, British Columbia and Everett, Washington, Woodtone continues to extend their reach across North America.
The Fraser Valley Conservancy has been working with local landowners in the Ryder Lake area of Chilliwack, British Columbia, since 2008 to study local amphibians' migration patterns and their plight when moving across roads from woodlands to wetlands.
Jody Holford is a teacher and author in Chilliwack, BC.
One outlet that drew keen attention is the store in Chilliwack, British Columbia.
Throughout the fall, the NEB heard from Aboriginal presenters in Edmonton, Chilliwack, Kamloops and Victoria.
Avian influenza was first detected a week ago on a broiler-breeder chicken farm in Chilliwack.
Harpreet Kochhar, Canada's chief veterinary officer, said that tests were conducted Sunday after bird deaths were reported at a turkey farm in Abbotsford and a chicken farm in Chilliwack.
The 36-year-old, a member of the Chehalis First Nation who lives in Chilliwack, owns four businesses.